Dan-cat wrote:Have you read Clive's book Cheshire? 'Black Farce and Cueball Wizards' - it's so good. Ebdon was on the board of the WPBSA at the time. He was effectively the ref's boss. Scandalous.
Also Hearn is and was the manager of Steve Davis. In darts Hearn is the chairman of the PDC whilst at the same time he is also the manager of Phil Taylor.
This seems like a massive conflict of interest to me. I guess what I'm trying to say is this sort of thing has always existed in snooker because it is in some ways a minor sport. You wouldn't get away with it in Golf or Tennis.
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